40 years ago, Atomic war seemed imminent to most Americans.
It’s were built in the U.S. during the ’60s and ’70s as people scrambled to prepare for the worst.
But some bunkers were decidedly more lavish than others.
Take 3970 Spencer Street in Las Vegas,Ray Lewis #52 Jersey, for instance. The two-bedroom home is located in a 40-foot-by-46-foot room that’s roughly 25 feet below ground.
It’s a virtual relic of 1970s suburbia,iPhone 5s Camera New Features,Vince Wilfork Nike Jersey, complete with a “backyard,” swimming pool, two-bedroom guest house, dance floor,Nike New England Patriots Jersey, and a built-in barbecue grill. There’s even a 360-degree mural of what life looked like above ground.
reports that it was designed in 1978 by a man named Girard Jerry B. Henderson, who built these types of shelters for a living with his company Underground World Home, Inc.
It’s currently on the market for $1.6 million through Kingly Properties LLC, according to real estate listing website .